Stirling Albion manager Greig McDonald praised his side’s perseverance as late goals from substitutes Sandy Cunningham and Mark Ferry earned us a 2-0 win over struggling Queen’s Park at Hampden.
Cunningham grabbed his first senior goal with eight minutes left and Ferry nodded the clincher in stoppage time as we moved level with East Stirlingshire at the top of League 2.
McDonald said: “Given the chances we created, I couldn’t believe it was 0-0 at half-time but the players persevered and got the reward in the end. I’m pleased for Sandy getting his first goal – he is a real buzz-bomb and makes life difficult for defenders.”
Queen’s Park boss Gardner Speirs said: “It’s disappointing because we should have been able to grind out a draw but poor defending cost us.”